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You Can Bid On The Football Glove From Antonio Brown’s Meltdown As It’s Up For Auction Right Now
Antonio Brown’s meltdown at MetLife has become one of the most infamous moments in sports history
It turns out one of the gloves AB took off and threw into the crowd has made it’s way to an auction house
Well-known auction site Lelands currently has the right-handed glove up for bidding right now
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Rihanna Is Pregnant!
The “Diamonds” singer and fashion mogul, 33, is pregnant, expecting her first baby with rapper A$AP Rocky. We are happy for her.
Florida Residents Warned About Falling Frozen Iguanas as Temperatures Drop in the State
It is raining iguanas in the sunshine state.
Florida’s recent bout of cold weather is causing stunned iguanas to lose their grip and fall out of trees.
On Sunday, temperatures in south Florida dropped to 25 degrees, Reuters reported per the National Weather Service (NWS). The freezing weather shocked the area’s humane and reptile residents.
According to the NWS, iguanas are cold-blooded, and their bodies can go dormant when exposed to temperatures less than 45 degrees. When an iguana’s body goes dormant, the creature can lose control of its grip and drop from trees and bushes. Once on the ground, dormant iguanas often appear dead but aren’t.
CNN previously reported cold-stunned iguanas can still breathe and operate critical body functions in their dormant state.
Florida residents are warned about the falling iguanas each time temperatures drop below 45 degrees because the plummeting lizards can accidentally cause harm. The news outlet added that an adult male iguana can grow to reach 5 feet in length and weigh up to 20 pounds.
TODAY reported that individuals should not try to tend to the frozen iguanas because the lizards can bite when in a state of fright and because it is illegal in Florida to warm up the reptiles and release them.
Name a Litter Box After Your Ex This Valentine’s Day
Moncks Corner, SC- Berkeley Animal Center wants to help scorned lovers send a message to their ex this Valentine’s Day— by naming a litter box after them.
For a $5 donation, they will write the name of your ex (or anyone else you don’t like) on a litter box and let the kitties take care of the rest.
If you donate $25, you can get an entire litter box to yourself and fill it with as many names as you wan
“We all need to laugh and it’s kind of a way for the cats to get attention as well,” a shelter spokesperson said.
All donations will go towards helping the shelter with its daily needs including medical expenses, foster supplies, spay and neuter, off-site events, and general animal care.
To donate, visit the shelter’s website and under “Reason for Donation” write in your ex’s name.